As Gas Prices And Tolls Rise, Carpooling Gains In Popularity In New Jersey

April 9, 2012 12:00 AM

As Gas Prices And Tolls Rise, Carpooling Gains In Popularity In New Jersey
" PARAMUS, NJ (CBSNewYork) - Carpooling is nothing new, but it seems to be catching on again with gas prices in the $4 range and tolls ever on the rise.

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The Record poked around and found the cost conscious are getting cozy, piling in, and pocketing the savings.

For instance, four buddies who work at Merck in the Kenilworth area split $430 in monthly commuting expenses.

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Barry Noonan did the driving this morning from Paramus.

“I live in Montvale "

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